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How to Win Your Bets This Year in the Ncaa Tournament

In this article we are going to take a look at how to bet the NCAA Tournament and hopefully win with your brackets this year. First off, for the novices out there, betting against the spread and the points total are the two main forms of collage basketball betting. Making these types of wagers will give you the best chance of winning on a consistent basis.

When the first round of the tournament starts this is your best chance of winning your bets. For example, a #1 vs. #16 seed or a #2 vs. #15 seed can be prime bets for the spread. The listed spread in these games average between 20 to 30 points. The #1 and #2 seeds 95% of the time win the game but the spread at the end can be smaller because since it is a blow-out and half way through the second half the coachs pull out all the starters and put in the bench warmers to finish the game.

Another fun way to bet the NCAA Tournament is to make futures wager on who you think is going to win the whole thing. Most online sportsbooks provide players with this option. For example, UCLA is currently the favorite to win the NCAA Tournament in Las Vegas. The Bruins are listed ar 7-2 odds. This means that a wager of $100 dollars will pay 3.5X if the Bruins go on to win it all. We like to look for a little bit more value with these futures wagers as rarely does the favorite come through. For example, Tennessee os having a great year and is listed at 12-1 odds. If your small wager comes through on the Vols, you’re going to have quite the nice little payday.

Most popular way to celebrate March Madness is to get involved in your Office Pool and determind who will survive by picking each game starting with the opening rounds all the way through the championship game. Monday morning every person cut out the brackets from their sports section. Everybody involved puts in $20. The person with the most wins by the end of the tournament wins the pool. The first teams that you need to look at that are the “Fraud Teams”, these teams will go out eary. For example the #1 “Fraud Team” this year is Duke. They were seeded at 2 when they really should be no higher than a 4 seed. Next teams you look at are the “Chalk Teams” the teams that are expected to win and win by the spread. For example, all your #1 seeded teams in each region are going up against the #16 seed team, no #16 seed team has ever beaten a #1 seed. Then work your brackets from their. Keep an I on the games that have the #12, #13 and #14 seeded teams involved, these are prime upset picks.

Good luck and have fun this March. For more tips to help you make your selections in the Big Dance this year.

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